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    2013 seedlings:



    Oreos are stubbornly refusing to germinate, just pulled them from a second stratification to try again.

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    Some fresh pics

    leucophylla Tarnok x S.x Eva


    leuco alba x self




    moorei


    L18MK x S. x diane whittaker


    S. flava var. rugelii x adrian slack



    S. oreophila x S. x wilkerson white knight


    L18MK x S. x brook's hybrid


    leucophylla Mobile Co. x S. x brook's hybrid


    S. x Lynda Butt x S. x moorei Elizabeth

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    How do you cross Sarracenia leucophylla 'Tarnok' with anything? Do you just get lucky and the flower has one anther or pistil instead of being all petals and tepals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    How do you cross Sarracenia leucophylla 'Tarnok' with anything? Do you just get lucky and the flower has one anther or pistil instead of being all petals and tepals?
    Tarnok just doesn't produce pollen, but is fertile.. It can have 4 to 8 stigma on the sepals/petals. It's the easiest flower to pollinate I think. The problem is that overy is mutant too and, sometime, it can happen that a very good pollination, results in few seeds, but all depends on your luck

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    Good looking seedlings Tony and Yuri!

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    Seedlings from Fred P

    I once told Fred in a couple of years i'm going to have a spot in my yard dedicated to his hybrids. I think he thought I was kidding but, nope, its going to happen. Thanks for so many great seedlings and seeds Fred.

    Oreo x 'Leah Wilkerson'













    leucophylla x flava ornata











    alata nigrapurpurea x 'Leah Wilkerson'











    'Leah Wilkerson' x flava rubricorpora









    flava ornata x flava rubricorpora









    Danas Delight x oreo



    Mardi Gras x Danas Delight



    (Wilkersons Red x alata red/black) x 'Adrian Slack'(green and black bigger pots)



    (Wilkersons Redx alata red/black) x 'Leah Wilkerson'



    'Leah Wilkerson' x 'Adrian Slack'


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    I have really enjoyed looking at the various stages of growth from the photos in this thread.

    Question...once the seedlings crowd the pot and need to be thinned and planted out into individual pots, are the roots all entangled with each other? How do you separate the individual plants? Do you lose some to the transplanting process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpchick View Post
    ...Question...once the seedlings crowd the pot and need to be thinned and planted out into individual pots, are the roots all entangled with each other? How do you separate the individual plants? Do you lose some to the transplanting process?
    That's what I'm worried about with my Drosera capensis and my (newly divided) Venus flytrap.

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